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Shocking college sports scandals

Published: Nov 09 2011 05:42:09 PM EST   Updated On: Aug 28 2014 11:27:25 AM EDT

USC senior football team captain Josh Shaw admitted that he fabricated a story about rescuing a nephew in a pool, he lied about how he suffered ankle injuries. The school announced he is suspended from the team indefinitely. Check out other shocking sports scandals from recent decades.

Josh Shaw, USC Trojans, 2012
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USC senior football team captain Josh Shaw admitted that he fabricated a story about rescuing a nephew in a pool and lied about how he suffered ankle injuries. The school announced he is suspended from the team indefinitely.

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